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  1. I received this roughly 2 weeks ago. Any advice would be much appreciated.
  2. Hey Guys, Received this today. Thank you for all the help and advice so far... this looks like it will be one of two letters remaining that they'll be sending. Guess I just ignore right? lol. They have nothing else better to do. RidOfTickets
  3. Hey Guys, Thank you for your help so far, it's much appreciated. I received this letter yesterday from these con artists.
  4. Hey Guys, I just received this today, what actions do I take from here. Have a look and please advise, cheers.
  5. I've never ignored these types of letters, this is the first time. If anything else happens after the 14 days I will let you know. Thank you for the advice, hope nothing happens
  6. Hey Guys, Just an update, I received a follow up letter from PDUK asking me to pay, I received it on Friday. Check out the picture... now what action do I take here? Best, Ridoftickets
  7. 1 Date of the infringement: 18/01/2019 2 Date on the NTK :23/01/2019 3 Date received: 23/01/2019 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [y/n?] n 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? {y/n?] post up your appeal] N Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up 7 Who is the parking company? ParkDirectUK
  8. Sorry guys, I have been so busy, I've not even had a chance to come on here and reply. I'm still a little bit worried about ignoring the letter, I might just contest it, just to waste their time. Is there any sort of guarantee that this PCN will be ignored? and I won't be charged at all.
  9. Exactly. Regardless of whether I was loading or not, I should be allowed a 1 hour stay according to the other sign, so either way I should have no ticket charge. It's absolutely ridiculous, I kind of know the owner of the building, would it help speaking to him? It probably wouldn't make any difference if I did or not, because I refuse to pay this. Hi Silverfox, Whether I was in a loading bay for more than 30 mins or I was parked for an hour I should not have been issued a ticket in the post. The 2 signs I showed are literally like 100cm apart, so its very contradicting. Also the place where you can load and park shows a yellow type box junction but that has nothing to do with it surely? (just to add). I will try and get a picture tomorrow when there are no cars/vans present so I can show you exactly what it looks like. Would it be worth talking to the owner of the building or is that a waste of time? I kind of know him but I'm not sure if there is anything he would be able to do in terms of dropping the charges? I've spoken with him a few times and he knows my car. do I just simply ignore this? Bother contesting? Thanks for the advice. Ridoftickets
  10. Hi, Sorry but this is my first time doing this so bare with me. I work for a catering company in which I load and unload stuff everytime with my own personal car. There is one sign that mentions of a 30 min loading time and there is also a parking sign in the exact same area. On the Parking sign it mentions that you can park up to 1 hour. I have been given a ticket by ParkDirectUK within the period of 10 minutes so this does not make any sense to me. At the time I was loading and unloading taking things to and from the car. I think I have been provided this ticket unfairly and I think it is ridiculous, I also spoke to another person who works within the same units me saying that he had also been provided a ticket 7 days ago for the exact same thing. I will provide pictures which I hope will give you a better understanding. If you need anymore information please let me know. Should I pay? Should I ignore it? Should I contest it? Any help would be appreciated. Regards, Ridoftickets
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